Working Group on PartnershipsChair, Karen Judd Smith
This Working Group explores, tests, and promotes innovative partnerships within the UNODC framework with the objective to streamline the urgently needed contributions of civil society, including NGOs, institutes, and private sector to address the urgent and growing threats and challenges to global health and stability wrought by intentional disruption by transnational organized crime and the unintentional impact of fast-changing technologies and their widespread adoption.
The assumption is that with decreases in UN and UNODC funding, adaptive and highly functioning partnerships between member states, UNODC, civil society, the private sector, academia, and experts are all the more urgently needed.
A core principles at play in this approach is that of smart collective intelligence which lends itself to the inclusion of intelligence informatics (AI and big data analytics, etc.) and other evolving technologies practicable.
The Working Group has 3 Phases in the lead-up to the 2020 Crime Congress, including:
Phase I: Solve 2018
Phase II: Understanding the Human Element at Play in Tech (and crime) @ Crime Commission 2019
Phase III: Global Connect @ the 2020 Crime Congress.
Phase I: Solve 2018
The report outlines the work underway and the timeline of the work leading up to the 2020 Crime Congress.
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Phase II: Humanity’s Zero-Day Vulnerabilities
The sessions covered at the 28th Crime Commission introduced a core concept of the challenges the international community faces as technologies evolve quickly and our social structures struggle to adapt.
Phase III: Global Connect
An elite delegation of technology thought-leaders and entrepreneurs will attend the Crime Congress, give in-depth talks, lightning talks, displays, let you see AR/VR for yourself, and model some of the latest methods for quickly developing strategies and solutions to some of today’s most challenging problems.
- Technolgies for reducing risk
- AR/VR technologies for training and optimization
- Understanding the Human Element of Cybersecurity Risks
- Engaging youth in solutions